早大社学;正誤問題メモ 15


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It was as much for the positive stand Albert Camus took on the issues of the day as for his creative writing that he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1957 at the early age of 43.
アルベール・カミュが43才という若さで1957年にノーベル賞を授与されたのは、彼の創造的な執筆活動だけでなく、その時代が抱えていた諸問題に対して、彼がとった積極的な態度(のためであった=)が評価されたからであった。
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Economists and others who worry about egalitarian issues tending to think about distribution in terms of such material goods as food, clothing, and shelter, which used to constitute over 80 percent of the consumption of households.
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Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, finding his father poisoned to death by his treacherous uncle, took an oath to revenge his uncle.
revenge A against B Bと戦ってAを弔う    avenge 彼の死を弔う
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When I was in high school, my English teacher recommended reading Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment, which I found not so difficult than I thought it would be.  as
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In designing a new government, the father of the Constitution, James Madison, proposed that government have three parts, or branches: executive, judicial, and legislature. 1751-1836;米国の第4代大統領
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The liberal tradition has its roots in the enlightenment, that period in eighteenth-century Europe when intellectuals and political leaders had a powerful sense that reason could be employed to make the world a better place.
自由主義の伝統は啓蒙主義時代にそのルーツがある。その当時の18世紀ヨーロッパでは,知識人や政治指導者たちは、よりよい世界を作るには論理が採用されるはずであるという、素晴らしい良識を持っていた。
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A fact that the American people have trouble assimilating is that the size and power of the American empire is inherently disruptive and intrusive, which means that the United States can rarely take a step without threat some nation or benefiting another.
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According to the President, part of which makes the United States different is that it welcomes criticism, just as it welcomes the responsibilities that come with global leadership.
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It could spend several days to determine whether the acoustic signals are indeed coming from the remains of the missing plane, thought to be at the bottom of the Indian Ocean.
  It takes時間to~. It costs費用to~.

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Joseph Grew, an old Japan hand who had served as U.S. ambassador in Tokyo before the Pacific War, convinced that the Japanese were essentially an irrational people and could never adapt to democratic government.
convince A of B convince A that ~ A is convinced of B 


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